- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... got even better. Nestle has won me over and the indviduals, atmosphere is the best I have ever seen and experienced. Following our tour of this coorporation we headed back to Geneva. After ariving a friend and I went to eat at the Gyro place right next to our hotel. Overall this was delicous, and I do regret not going there again or more than once.From here we went back to the hotel and spent time with our peers. Then went to bed to get ready for our last day in ...
This day we were able to sleep in a bit and had breakfast then got ready to board up and head to the World Trade Organization. Everyone was all dressed up and looking respectable and had a nice presentation about the WTO and supply chain. I am a supply chain major and learned so much from this presentation about interstate commerce and barriers of importing and exporting throughout countries. This was ...
... I upgraded to some kind of organic Peruvian coffee bean that was both sweet & spicy, perfectly complementing the vanilla in my latte. Or something like that anyway.
The coffee dregs had long gone cold by the time I was on the move again, leaving fine timing for making it from Fribourg to a campsite near Thun that evening. Making it there would depend wholly on the terrain en route, as it was still almost 50km to Thun and I ...
... a train, we are on a budget so she thought she would look into carpooling With a man coming from France that said we could get a ride from bern bus station to Geneva for 20€ . This sounded much better to us. So Stacey booked us our first carpooling ride and we crossed our fingers all went well, and they weren't a mass Murderer about to kill us.. It was a bit stressful attempting to find where this boy was to pick us up from, with Miriko asking every second ...
... Bern it was clear for walking around - lovely shops in Bern and the market was on as well. There were people dressed as pigs, chickens and meat workers advocating being a vegetarian, whilst at the markets, the pork industry had a stall, handing out samples of BBQ bacon. It was very tasty and we had a talk to the young fellows there. We saw the "Ogre fountain" which is supposed to eat children who misbehave – didn't see any ...